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DRAÍOCHT AN DÚLRA with Grainne Holland

Saturday February 24, 2024
Show Date & Time:
Saturday February 24, 3:00pm
Ticket Price:


Booking fee:

€1 Per Ticket

Running Time:

50 Minutes

Presented in association with Líonra Leitir Ceanainn

Tá roth na bliana ag tiontú i gcónaí agus tá Gráinne Holland agus a cairde ceolmhara ag iarraidh sibh a thabhairt ar thuras fríd na séasúr le go dtig libh Draíocht an Dúlra a fheiceáil, a chluinstin agus a mhothú. Seó 50 bomainte do theaghlaigh le scéalaíocht, amhránaíocht, ceol agus damhsa.

The wheel of the year is always turning and Gráinne Holland and her musical friends would like to take you on a journey through the seasons so that you may experience, feel and hear the magic of nature. A 50-minute show combining storytelling, songs, music and dance.

Gráinne Holland is a singer/ songwriter, storyteller and media producer. Born and raised in Belfast, she was brought up with both Gaelic and English and attended the first Irish-medium school in the North of Ireland; Bunscoil Phobal Feirste. Her education undoubtedly fostered her love of traditional Irish music and culture.

Gráinne released her debut album of traditional songs with contemporary arrangements ‘Teanga na nGael’ in 2011 to great critical acclaim. She followed it up with a second studio album ‘Gaelré’ in 2015 which was published under the Gael Linn label. In 2019 Gráinne released her first album of her own original songs titled ‘Corcra’ meaning ‘Purple’ which was produced by renowned musician Brian Finnegan and recorded by Seán Óg Graham at Bannview Studios. 

She presented BBC music and arts series ‘Cuisle’ as well as 4 BBC Radio Ulster Series’ exploring traditional Irish Singing in Ulster. She worked as a freelance producer for 15 years and has produced programmes for BBC, TG4 and RTÉ. She now has her own company ‘Corcra Media’.

In 2021 Gráinne has released a Book & CD of her own compositions for children titled ‘Ceol na Sióg’ which means the music of the fairies. The book was published by An tSnáthaid Mhór.  She has since developed a children’s theatre show based on the songs from this book also titled ‘Ceol na Sióg’ and has performed at festivals and venues all over Ireland.

Gráinne developed and wrote a podcast series titled ‘Tales of Tuatha Dé Danann’ which was launched in December 2023. The series is a retelling of Irish mythological tales woven seamlessly with music and songs. 

Imbolc 2024 will see the launch of Gráinne’s second Book / Album for children titled ‘Draíocht an Dúlra’ which means the magic of nature. Funded by COGG and published by Corcra Media, Draíocht an Dúlra was beautifully illustrated by Morgana Weeks. 


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There is a €1 booking fee per ticket. These booking fees are non-refundable and cannot be exchanged for credit.

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Terms & Conditions

  1. Latecomers may only be admitted until a suitable break in the performance at the discretion of management.
  2. Management reserves the right to refuse admission.
  3. Use of flash photography and recording equipment is not permitted. 
  4. Management reserves the right to make essential changes to the cast or programme without prior notice.
  5. Management reserves the right to cancel any performance without prior notice. In this event tickets may be exchanged or refunded to the face value only from the original point of sale.
  6. Ticket holders enter the venue at their own risk and assume all responsibility for their property.
  7. Food may not be consumed in the auditorium.
  8. For safety reasons, buggies or carrycots are not permitted in the auditorium..


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